Inspired by the early planning stages of a trip to Paris this fall, the idea of a light tart filled with cream and chanterelles seemed like something that I wou
I was reading a Facebook post the other day from Samantha at My Kitchen Love.
Smoothies are an almost daily staple around here.
It’s a snow day!! The kids are excited to have an extra day off school, and I was pretty happy to sleep in and not to have to make school lunches this mor
This past week, I’ve been busy working on a vegetarian meal plan.
The past two weeks have been pretty big around our house. The kids are back in school, with my youngest starting Kindergarten.
It all started with a simple text message: “Hey Dad, what do you want for your birthday dinner on Tuesday?”
I was actually wondering what he wanted
Have you ever wondered about the history of your favourite dishes and what kind of stories they might have behind them. I do. ALL THE TIME.
Salmon is a weekly staple at our house.
The 11th annual BBQ Off the Bypass, presented by C&D Logistics in partnership with Johnston’s and Well Seasoned Gourmet Food Store returns to Langley
Following the tremendous success of last year’s inaugural BC Hop Fest, the great people at BC Hop Co are back again to celebrate local, fresh beer.
So, it turns out that my 5 year old really likes mussels, like, A LOT. This is a fairly new thing for her.
This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the 2nd annual Avocado Showdown.
This past week was my husband’s birthday.
So, here’s the thing. I was pretty sure that once January hit, things would slow down a little.
Gah!!! I can’t believe it’s only 1 week until Christmas. ONE WEEK!
This past week has been a busy one.
Looking for a healthy kickstart to your day? Smoothies can be a great place to start.
But, not all smoothies are created equal.
I’ve been on a huge pickled vegetable kick for months now. It started when I was making Bahn Mi one night for dinner back in the fall and my affinity for them never really left.
With only 10 minutes of prep and 2o minutes of cooking, this halibut recipe is a healthy, weeknight meal that beautiful enough for company.
Warm, sunny weather has finally hit us.
Anyone who knows me, knows I love to get my hands on a new cookbook.
Quinoa salad always makes a lovely light lunch. Combined with French lentils, this salad becomes a little heartier.
Cooking with kids is easily one of the best ways to spend quality time with them, especially as they grow older.
Inspired by the early planning stages of a trip to Paris this fall, the idea of a light tart filled with cream and chanterelles seemed like something that I would dream up, were I living in France and
Wow! I don’t think I’ve ever been more ready for the seasons to change than I was this year. That was the longest, snowiest winter I ever remember.
So, I’ve been studying. For a few months now actually.
I think my love for Thai food know no bounds. Just the mention of it, makes me start salivating and before long, I’ve got a full blown craving that’s impossible to ignore.
I was reading a Facebook post the other day from Samantha at My Kitchen Love. She has an amazing blog full of family friendly recipes, so you should really check it out.
Smoothies are an almost daily staple around here. Besides being a healthy breakfast or snack, if you mix the ingredients up right, they’re downright delicious.
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